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Erythmia in the antrum compatible with mild gastritis, what does it mean ?

Yes, i just had an upper GI and i have been advised that i have normal mucosa in the whole examined duodenum, erythmia in the antrum compatible with mild gastritis and irregular z line in the gastroesophofeal junction. What does this mean. They took 3 biopsies.
Asked On : Tue, 11 Jan 2011
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you know what you are suffering from, may be the scopyv was done for same. so teh doctor wants to confirm same by biopsy from the affected area on stomach. Had you told me your age and sufferings, i would have been able to be more precise in making a diagnosis.
the findings mean an evidence of hyperacidity associated with reflux, has no meaning unless you detail your sufferings.
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